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Welcome!

(Please check this website regularly for updates.)

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The next meeting of

The Cleveland Aquarium Society:

 

There will be no December regular meeting.

Merry Christmas!

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 Presentation Schedule for the first half of 2015

 

Friday, January 23, 2015, at 7:30pm

Social Interactions in a Group of Giant Orange Piranhas

by Jason Wark

Graduate Research Assistant - Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

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Friday, February 27, 2015 at 7:30pm

Basics of Aquarium Plumbing - Using PVC Pipe

by Ryan Leisure

Life Support Operator - Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

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Friday, March 27, 2015, at 7:30pm

Aquarium Water Testing - Understanding What You are Doing

by Nick Zarlinga

Aquarium Biologist - Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

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Friday, April 24, 2015 at 7:30pm

How to Breed Clownfish

by Mike Meadows

Owner of the Coral Shoppe

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Friday, May 22, 2015 at 7:30pm

Reviving that Old Acrylic Aquarium

- How to Buff Out Those Pesky Scratches

by Nick Zarlinga

Aquarium Biologist - Cleveland Metroparkd Zoo

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Friday, June 26, 2015 at 7:30pm

Working with Acrylic- How to Make a Small Acrylic Aquarium

by Steve Shin

Owner of Aquatica in Valley City

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We have monthly raffles at our regular meetings. 

 Raffle Grand Prize: Aqueon 10 gal. aquarium (black)

Visit Aqueon Aquarium Products

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Member Door Prize: TetraMin Tropical Crisps 1.16 oz.

Visit Tetra

(Join CAS. One lucky member wins a prize every meeting just for showing up!)

 

Unless otherwise noted:

Meetings are held on the forth Friday of each month

at 7:30pm, in the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo’s Education Building.

(No meeting in July)

(Come and check us out for free!  Visitors are always welcome.)

__________________________________________________________________________

 

Interesting Articles

 

"Hawaii council postpones action on aquarium fish"

"KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii —A Hawaii County Council committee postponed action

on a bill regulating the shipping of aquarium fish, ..."

From KITV4 News Hawaii postpones action on aqua. fish.

 

"Growing Coral to Keep a Sea Claim Above Water"

"TOKYO — Amid warnings that rising sea levels caused by global warming could lead to

the disappearanceof some entire island states, ..."

From the New York Times Japan Growing Coral...

 

"Evolution's Baby Steps" by Carl Zimmer"

 "If you explore our genealogy back beyond about 370 million years ago, it gets fishy.

Our ancestors back then were aquatic vertebrates that breathed through gills and swam with fins."

 "Evolution's Baby Steps"

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Ocassionally, we wil be posting videos.

(It's under 2 minutes.)

Baby Fish -Staying Alive.

___________________________________________________________________________

 

December Special Events!

 

Tues. Dec. 2th, 7pm-8:45pm

CAS History Night

 at

 The Euclid Public Library

  in the "Lake" room

 If you want to learn more about our society's 80+ year history,

 stop in and take a look at a few of the things we have in our archive.

 Visit Euclid Public Library

Also,

  Sunday Dec. 14th, 1-6pm

 We will be an exhibitor

 at

R.A.B. Expo.

Small Animal and Exotics

 Sachsenheim Hall

 7001 Denison Ave,

 Cleveland, Ohio 44102

 Visit RAB Expo.

 _________________________________________________________________________

November 2014 Special Event!

 CAS History Night at

The Euclid Public Library

 Wed. Nov. 5th, 7pm-8:45pm

  in the "Shore" room

 If you want to learn more about our society's 80+ year history,

 stop in and take a look at a few of the things we have in our archive.

 ___________________________________________________________________________

September 2014 meeting

In the Zoo's Aquarium Bldg.

 Raffle Grand Prize: Aqueon 10 gal. aquarium (black)

 Visit Aqueon Aquarium Products

 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Member Door Prize: TetraMin Tropical Crisps 1.16 oz.

 Visit Tetra

 ___________________________________________________________________________

August 2014 meeting

Open Topic

Roundtable Discussions

Raffle Grand Prize:  Deep Blue 10 gal. aquarium w/dark silicone

Visit Deep Blue Professional

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Member Door Prize:  HBH flake food 2oz.

Visit The New HBH

___________________________________________________________________________

June 2014 meeting

Open Topic

Roundtable Discussions

Tell us what's going on in your tank!

Raffle Grand Prize:  Aqueon 10 gal. aquarium (black)

Visit Aqueon Aquarium Products

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Member Door Prize:  Penn Plax -Pro Balance Spirulina Flake 1oz.

Visit Penn Plax

___________________________________________________________________________

May 2014 meeting

Speaker

Dean Mersinas

He will be introducing a new program about his

breeding programs

featuring all new, never before seen photographs.

Raffle Grand Prize:  Aqueon 10 gal. aquarium (black)

Visit Aqueon Aquarium Products

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Member Door Prize:  Wardley Total SpectraMax flake food with

Powerbursts! (1 oz.)

Visit Wardley

___________________________________________________________________________

April 2014 meeting

Home Aquarist Q&A Night

This is the day to get all of your (fish) questions answered

and win some great prizes.

also

-Blackworms will be available.   YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINER.

-2 pairs of breeding red Jewel Cichlids are available if there is interest, go to the forum.

Raffle Grand Prize:  Aqueon 10 gal. aquarium (black)

Visit Aqueon Aquarium Products

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Member Door Prize:  ZooMed Spirulina 20 flakes (0.5oz.)

Visit ZooMed

__________________________________________________________________________

March 2014 meeting

Speaker

INVERTEBRATES FOR EXHIBITION

by Orin McMonigle

Orin will discuss five different types of invertebrates that have eight or more legs each. All of them are suitable for keeping in an Insectarium or a home display. All are available from captive breeding so there is no impact on natural populations.
http://www.angelfire.com/oh2/Roaches/
http://www.angelfire.com/oh3/elytraandantenna/index.html#invertmag

 

Also, I heard from a trusted souce that

-Mr. Bernot may get another BAP award.  Come see his Ameca Splendens (commonly known as Butterfly Goodeids) fry.

&

-Mr. Davis will be exhibiting his Emperor Tetras (Nematobrycon palmeri).

Raffle Grand Prize:  Aqueon 10 gal. aquarium (black)

Visit Aqueon Aquarium Products

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Member Door Prize:  Omega One Veggie Flakes (1oz.)

Visit Omega Sea

_________________________________________________________________________

February 2014 meeting

Do you have a glass heater?

Has the glass ever turned brown near the heating element?

We will have an example at the meeting along with a discusion.

Raffle Grand Prize:  Aqueon 50W submersible heater.

Member Door Prize:  TetraMin Tropical Crisps

 

Meeting Notes

-The monthly meeting of The Cleveland Aquarium Society was held at 7:30 pm on a cold (low 20's) and snowy Tuesday evening, February 4th, 2014, in the Cleveland MetroPark Zoo's Education Building.

-The meeting was opened by our President, Mr. Byrer.  Mr. Byrer told us that he has kept his blackworms alive for a month.  He explained his method of keeping them and an interesting discussion followed.

-Mr. Bozic brought in a 100 watt glass heater because the glass around the heating element was starting to turn brown.  Some members had seen heaters in that condition before and shared their ideas about what was happening and why.

-Mr. Bozic also shared a photo of a flower on his anubias plant which is in his 125 gal. aquarium.

-We then took a look at the updates to our website and facebook page and watched a video that introduced us to rare tropical aquarium fish.  Here is the link, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ilw1p0FmvI.

-Member Door Prize Winner (TetraMin Tropical Crisps): Mr. Davis

-Raffle Grand Prize Winner (Aqueon 50W submersible heater): Mr. Davis

-Exhibitions: Emperor Tetras by Mr. Davis
                      Pink Neon Guppies by Mr. Hitchlock
                      Half Black Iridescent Red Guppies by Mr. Hitchlock

T. Bozic, CAS Member

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We have making some changes with our current website.  We have added a full feature user forum that is available to both registered users and our club members.  Registration is free and only requires an email address.  Come on in and check it out and tell us little about yourself.  Click HERE:

For new aquarists, fellow club members can offer a wealth of advice born of years of experience.  They can save you (and your fish) from many of the beginner’s mistakes that can wipe out an entire tank and leave you frustrated and discouraged.  Club raffles and auctions can help you build up your collection of livestock, plants, food, and equipment at rock-bottom prices (and you’ll be helping the club at the same time.)  Club members can suggest types of equipment (or at least what to avoid); tell you which shops have the best deals, the healthiest fish, or the widest selection; and walk you through various solutions to problems you may run into. 

 

For experienced hobbyists, clubs can help you network so that you can finally get your hands on a hard-to-obtain species.  More advanced members (or those who specialize in a particular family) can give you tips on breeding and other more complex aspects of the hobby.  Horticulture and breeder award programs can provide challenges and keep you interested in the hobby. Finally, club members provide an attentive audience for your “fish stories.”  Your friends might not understand what’s so amusing about the killifish that’s in love with your cory catfish, but other “fish people” will get a chuckle out of the tale.  

 

There is much that you can learn from other club members, and much that you can offer, regardless of your experience level.  Old hands love to help newbies… any reason to run our mouths about our favorite fish is a good one!  Because the Cleveland Aquarium Society is an all-species club, it will give you the opportunity to learn about a variety of species and different aspects of the hobby that you might not have heard of otherwise.  And, of course, it’s fun.  You can hang out with a diverse group of people who have an interest in common and maybe make some new friends out of the deal. 

Click here for directions: Google Maps

 

Aquarium Disease Prevention

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Aquarium disease prevention

As the saying goes, "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" and these wise words are never so true as they are when applied to fishkeeping. Medicating a large aquarium can be a major hassle, especially if you have live plants, invertebrates, scaleless fish, or valuable/rare specimens to take into consideration. However, if you follow these relatively simple preventative measures, you should never have to medicate your display tank.

Regular Maintenance

Consistently excellent water quality can do much to prevent disease and to minimize the damage that an outbreak can cause. I recommend that you perform a twenty to fifty percent water change every week or, at minimum, every other week, as part of your regular maintenance routine. Neglecting water changes can lead to a high concentration of nitrates and plummeting pH levels, which will stress your fish and make them more susceptible to disease. Also, if you have been slacking on your water changes, the chemistry of your tap water will become quite different from that of your tank, so when you finally decide to clean the aquarium, a too-large water change could shock your fish.

Be sure to check all of your equipment regularly. A malfunctioning heater could "cook" your fish if it gets stuck in the "on" position, while a sudden chill could weaken your livestock's immune systems, making them susceptible to a myriad of diseases.

Appropriate Temperature

Warm-blooded animals (like humans) have bodies that are able to produce enough heat to keep their systems functioning properly, regardless of the exterior temperature (within limits, of course). Cold-blooded critters (like fish) depend on the temperature of their environment to keep their metabolisms, immune systems, and other physical processes in proper working order.

A sudden change of temperature can kill a fish instantly (if it is extreme) or cause an outbreak of disease due to stress on a weakened immune system. For instance, a sudden drop in temperature is often followed by a bout of "ick" (a common opportunistic parasite). Fish that are consistently maintained at too-low temperatures will have slower metabolisms, weaker immune systems, and be less active than they would if kept in a proper environment. They may not die instantly, as they may if exposed to sudden changes, but they will probably be sicklier and die much younger than they would have otherwise.

This is typically why most experienced hobbyists don't recommend adding a plecostomus or other "cleaner" fish to a goldfish tank. Goldfish prefer the cooler temperatures of an unheated tank while the ubiquitous plecos are better suited to a more tropical environment. A tank that is well-suited to one of these fish will be very uncomfortable for the other, so it is best to house them separately.

Proper Diet

I suggest purchasing several different types of food and rotating them. Most community tanks should receive a regular flake or pellet, a vegetable-based food, and some type of frozen food or live food (brine shrimp, black worms, blood worms, plankton, etc). Many would also benefit from fresh vegetables, such as romaine lettuce, blanched zucchini, or peas.

The only fish that should regularly receive live feeder fish are those that absolutely refuse to eat anything else. And even these fish should never be given goldfish or rosy red minnows. Both of these common feeders are high in fat, low in nutrition, and often carry diseases that your fish may contract. A steady diet of goldfish can lead to fatty deposits around your fish's organs, malnutrition and related diseases (such as hole-in-head), poor water quality (feeders are very messy), and disease outbreaks caused by pathogens that the feeders carry.

If you have a gar or another fish that is difficult to wean onto prepared food, I recommend raising your own feeders. Livebearing fish (such as guppies and platies) are easy to raise if you need smaller food. Convict cichlids, are as prolific as many rodents and produce copious numbers of offspring that may serve as larger feeders. Raising your own feeder fish ensures that they are free of disease and nourishing for your display fish.

Oscars, piranha, and most common aquarium fish are easily weaned onto prepared foods and happily eat pellets, krill, and frozen silversides. These are cheaper, more convenient, cleaner, and healthier than a diet of goldfish.

Quarantine New Fish

I can't tell you how many times I've heard people blame a store for selling a sick fish that infected their entire tank. This always upsets me because the fault lies with the hobbyist, not the store! You should always examine the fish you wish to purchase (as well as its tankmates) before making a purchase. If you see the slightest sign of disease, don't buy the fish. If the fish looks perfectly healthy to you, chances are that it looks perfectly healthy to the store's employees as well and they cannot be blamed if the specimen begins to show symptoms after you bring it home. A reputable store will not sell an animal that they know to be sick, but fish can often carry a disease without showing signs of weakness until the condition is fairly advanced.

You can avoid the risk of introducing a sick fish to your tank by keeping it in a quarantine tank for at least two weeks (but preferably longer) before adding it to your display aquarium. A quarantine tank can be a simple five or ten gallon tank with a bare bottom, a few simple (easily cleaned) hiding places for the fish, a filter, and a heater. Ten gallon kits with all of these items included can be purchased at many stores for about $40 or you may save a few bucks by finding secondhand equipment.

A quarantine tank allows you to observe your new fish closely for signs of disease so that you can administer proper care immediately. Should your new fish become ill, a small, bare tank makes medicating cheaper and easier than it would be in a larger tank. This is because you will need much less medicine and big water changes will be more manageable. Also, using a quarantine tank protects your other fish from dangerous diseases and harsh medications.

This may sound like an unnecessary hassle, but if you ever inadvertently introduce disease to your display tank along with a new fish and lose most of your prized livestock as a result, you'll be kicking yourself for not taking this important step. A quarantine tank can double as a hospital tank, in case one of your fish becomes sick or is injured. It may also be used as a grow-out tank for fry, should any of your fish decide to spawn. So you see, a quarantine tank is a very useful piece of equipment, though many people insist on finding this out the hard way.


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____________________________________________________________________________

 

Welcome!

(Please check this website regularly for the most up to date information.)

____________________________________________________________________________

  

The next meeting of

The Cleveland Aquarium Society:

   

 

Friday, May 22, 2015 at 7:30pm

Decapsulating Brine Shrimp Eggs

 by Nick Zarlinga

 Aquarium Biologist - Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

 

**********

 

Friday, June 26, 2015 at 7:30pm

Working with Acrylic- How to Make a Small Acrylic Aquarium

by Steve Shin

Owner of Aquatica in Valley City

 

**********

 

Unless otherwise noted:

Meetings are at 7:30pm,

on the forth Friday of each month, 

in the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo’s Education Building.

(No meeting in July)

(Come and check us out for free!  Visitors are always welcome.)

__________________________________________________________________________

 

Interesting Articles

 

"Hawaii council postpones action on aquarium fish"

"KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii —A Hawaii County Council committee postponed action

on a bill regulating the shipping of aquarium fish, ..."

From KITV4 News Hawaii postpones action on aqua. fish.

 

"Growing Coral to Keep a Sea Claim Above Water"

"TOKYO — Amid warnings that rising sea levels caused by global warming could lead to

the disappearanceof some entire island states, ..."

From the New York Times Japan Growing Coral...

 

"Evolution's Baby Steps" by Carl Zimmer"

 "If you explore our genealogy back beyond about 370 million years ago, it gets fishy.

Our ancestors back then were aquatic vertebrates that breathed through gills and swam with fins."

 "Evolution's Baby Steps"

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*Past Events*

 

April 2015 meeting

Reviving that Old Acrylic Aquarium

- How to Buff Out Those Pesky Scratches

by Nick Zarlinga

Aquarium Biologist - Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

 

__________________________________________________________ 

 

March 2015 meeting

Aquarium Water Testing - Understanding What You are Doing

by Nick Zarlinga

Aquarium Biologist - Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

 

__________________________________________________________________________

 

February 2015 meeting

Basics of Aquarium Plumbing - Using PVC Pipe

by Ryan Leisure

Life Support Operator - Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

 

___________________________________________________________________________

 

January 2015 meeting

Social Interactions in a Group of

Giant Orange Piranhas

by Jason Wark

Graduate Research Assistant - Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

___________________________________________________________________________

 

December 2014 Special Events!

 

Tues. Dec. 2th, 2014 7pm-8:45pm

CAS History Night

at

 The Euclid Public Library

  in the "Lake" room

 If you want to learn more about our society's 80+ year history,

 stop in and take a look at a few of the things we have in our archive.

Visit Euclid Public Library

Also,

  Sunday Dec. 14th, 2014 1-6pm

We will be an exhibitor

at

R.A.B. Expo.

Small Animal and Exotics

 Sachsenheim Hall

7001 Denison Ave,

Cleveland, Ohio 44102

Visit RAB Expo.

 _________________________________________________________________________

November 2014 Special Event!

CAS History Night at

The Euclid Public Library

 Wed. Nov. 5th 2014, 7pm-8:45pm

  in the "Shore" room

 If you want to learn more about our society's 80+ year history,

 stop in and take a look at a few of the things we have in our archive.

 ___________________________________________________________________________

September 2014 meeting

In the Zoo's Aquarium Bldg.

 Raffle Grand Prize: Aqueon 10 gal. aquarium (black)

 Visit Aqueon Aquarium Products

 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 Member Door Prize: TetraMin Tropical Crisps 1.16 oz.

 Visit Tetra

 ___________________________________________________________________________

August 2014 meeting

Open Topic

Roundtable Discussions

Raffle Grand Prize:  Deep Blue 10 gal. aquarium w/dark silicone

Visit Deep Blue Professional

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Member Door Prize:  HBH flake food 2oz.

Visit The New HBH

___________________________________________________________________________

June 2014 meeting

Open Topic

Roundtable Discussions

Tell us what's going on in your tank!

Raffle Grand Prize:  Aqueon 10 gal. aquarium (black)

Visit Aqueon Aquarium Products

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Member Door Prize:  Penn Plax -Pro Balance Spirulina Flake 1oz.

Visit Penn Plax

___________________________________________________________________________

May 2014 meeting

Speaker

Dean Mersinas

He will be introducing a new program about his

breeding programs

featuring all new, never before seen photographs.

Raffle Grand Prize:  Aqueon 10 gal. aquarium (black)

Visit Aqueon Aquarium Products

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Member Door Prize:  Wardley Total SpectraMax flake food with

Powerbursts! (1 oz.)

Visit Wardley

___________________________________________________________________________

April 2014 meeting

Home Aquarist Q&A Night

This is the day to get all of your (fish) questions answered

and win some great prizes.

also

-Blackworms will be available.   YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN CONTAINER.

-2 pairs of breeding red Jewel Cichlids are available if there is interest, go to the forum.

Raffle Grand Prize:  Aqueon 10 gal. aquarium (black)

Visit Aqueon Aquarium Products

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Member Door Prize:  ZooMed Spirulina 20 flakes (0.5oz.)

Visit ZooMed

__________________________________________________________________________

March 2014 meeting

Speaker

INVERTEBRATES FOR EXHIBITION

by Orin McMonigle

Orin will discuss five different types of invertebrates that have eight or more legs each. All of them are suitable for keeping in an Insectarium or a home display. All are available from captive breeding so there is no impact on natural populations.
http://www.angelfire.com/oh2/Roaches/
http://www.angelfire.com/oh3/elytraandantenna/index.html#invertmag

 

Also, I heard from a trusted souce that

-Mr. Bernot may get another BAP award.  Come see his Ameca Splendens (commonly known as Butterfly Goodeids) fry.

&

-Mr. Davis will be exhibiting his Emperor Tetras (Nematobrycon palmeri).

Raffle Grand Prize:  Aqueon 10 gal. aquarium (black)

Visit Aqueon Aquarium Products

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Member Door Prize:  Omega One Veggie Flakes (1oz.)

Visit Omega Sea

_________________________________________________________________________

February 2014 meeting

Do you have a glass heater?

Has the glass ever turned brown near the heating element?

We will have an example at the meeting along with a discusion.

Raffle Grand Prize:  Aqueon 50W submersible heater.

Member Door Prize:  TetraMin Tropical Crisps

 

Meeting Notes

-The monthly meeting of The Cleveland Aquarium Society was held at 7:30 pm on a cold (low 20's) and snowy Tuesday evening, February 4th, 2014, in the Cleveland MetroPark Zoo's Education Building.

-The meeting was opened by our President, Mr. Byrer.  Mr. Byrer told us that he has kept his blackworms alive for a month.  He explained his method of keeping them and an interesting discussion followed.

-Mr. Bozic brought in a 100 watt glass heater because the glass around the heating element was starting to turn brown.  Some members had seen heaters in that condition before and shared their ideas about what was happening and why.

-Mr. Bozic also shared a photo of a flower on his anubias plant which is in his 125 gal. aquarium.

-We then took a look at the updates to our website and facebook page and watched a video that introduced us to rare tropical aquarium fish.  Here is the link, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ilw1p0FmvI.

-Member Door Prize Winner (TetraMin Tropical Crisps): Mr. Davis

-Raffle Grand Prize Winner (Aqueon 50W submersible heater): Mr. Davis

-Exhibitions: Emperor Tetras by Mr. Davis
                      Pink Neon Guppies by Mr. Hitchlock
                      Half Black Iridescent Red Guppies by Mr. Hitchlock

T. Bozic, CAS Member

__________________________________________________________________________

 

 

We have making some changes with our current website.  We have added a full feature user forum that is available to both registered users and our club members.  Registration is free and only requires an email address.  Come on in and check it out and tell us little about yourself.  Click HERE:

For new aquarists, fellow club members can offer a wealth of advice born of years of experience.  They can save you (and your fish) from many of the beginner’s mistakes that can wipe out an entire tank and leave you frustrated and discouraged.  Club raffles and auctions can help you build up your collection of livestock, plants, food, and equipment at rock-bottom prices (and you’ll be helping the club at the same time.)  Club members can suggest types of equipment (or at least what to avoid); tell you which shops have the best deals, the healthiest fish, or the widest selection; and walk you through various solutions to problems you may run into. 

 

For experienced hobbyists, clubs can help you network so that you can finally get your hands on a hard-to-obtain species.  More advanced members (or those who specialize in a particular family) can give you tips on breeding and other more complex aspects of the hobby.  Horticulture and breeder award programs can provide challenges and keep you interested in the hobby. Finally, club members provide an attentive audience for your “fish stories.”  Your friends might not understand what’s so amusing about the killifish that’s in love with your cory catfish, but other “fish people” will get a chuckle out of the tale.  

 

There is much that you can learn from other club members, and much that you can offer, regardless of your experience level.  Old hands love to help newbies… any reason to run our mouths about our favorite fish is a good one!  Because the Cleveland Aquarium Society is an all-species club, it will give you the opportunity to learn about a variety of species and different aspects of the hobby that you might not have heard of otherwise.  And, of course, it’s fun.  You can hang out with a diverse group of people who have an interest in common and maybe make some new friends out of the deal. 

Click here for directions: Google Maps

 

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